Action Bronson (@actionbronson) performed at Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night as a part of the ‘2 High 2 Die’ tour. While performing, Action debuted two new songs off his upcoming ‘Blue Chips 2’ mixtape. The first track samples Tracy Chapman’s “Give Me One Reason” as the second samples Lou Bega’s “Mambo No. 5.”…
Pusha T’s debut solo album My Name Is My Name will be in stores October 8th but you can listen to it courtesy of Myspace until then. Check it out below.
Pusha T (@Pusha_T) gets deeper than rap with @rickyrozay on this joint called “Hold On” from his debut album My Name Is My Name. There’s no verse from Kanye West but listen below. In stores October 8th.
Cam’ron (@Mr_Camron) comes through with his highly anticipated mixtape Ghetto Heaven Vol. 1. Listen below.
Pusha T (@Pusha_T) and Jeezy (@YoungJeezy) trade reflective verses over a slick Kevin Cossom crooned hook on the Beewirks and Hudson Mohawke produced “No Regrets”. Listen below. My Name Is My Name in stores on October 8th.
Future (@1Future) handed off this Young Scooter assisted cut called “No Love For You” to DJ Dynamite for his mixtape In Due Season. Listen below.
Miley Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) and Future (@1Future) combine their forces for this Mike WiLL Made It orchestrated and auto-tune juiced duet called “My Darlin”. The track appears on Miley Cyrus new album Bangerz available on October 8th. Listen below.
Cam’ron (@Mr_Camron) takes the cake when it comes to taking shots on wax. On this new cut “Come And Talk To Me” from his Ghetto Heaven Vol. Mixtape, Killa takes the opportunity to return the favor of Jay Z’s mention on Pound Cake. Listen below.
CJ Fly (@FLYestintheeERA) links with TDE emcee Ab Soul on his cut “Sadderdaze”. The cut is from the Pro Era’s spitter upcoming mixtape entitled “Thee Way Eye See It” that is set to drop on October 4th. Check the track out below. @panzarleonard
Sia (@Sia) and The Weeknd (@TheWeeknd) @Diplo collide on this new tune “Elastic Heart” which is attached to the soundtrack for Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Sia gracefully belts until she is joined by The Weeknd in the latter portion of the song who oddly enough fits on a track that isn’t somber in sound but…